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1995 Nov 29
President Clinton opened a five-day European trip in London, where he met with Prime Minister John Major and addressed the British Parliament.
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1995 Nov 30
President Clinton became the first US chief executive to visit Northern Ireland, where he implored Roman Catholics and Protestants alike not to surrender to the impulses of "old habits and hard grudges."
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1995 Dec 1
Tens of thousands of people in Dublin, Ireland, warmly welcomed President Clinton to his ancestral homeland.
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1995 Dec 2
In Baumholder, Germany, President Clinton told four-thousand American troops who were on their way to Bosnia-Herzegovina for peacekeeping duty to strike "immediately and with decisive force" if threatened.
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1995 Dec 3
President Clinton, wrapping up a five-day European trip, authorized a vanguard of 700 American troops to open a risky mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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1995 Dec 6
President Clinton vetoed a seven-year Republican budget-balancing plan.
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1995 Dec 7
Under Republican pressure, President Clinton reluctantly presented a seven-year balanced-budget plan that was quickly criticized by GOP lawmakers.
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1995 Dec 13
As President Clinton flew to Paris to attend the signing of the Bosnian peace accord, Congress gave him partial backing for his Bosnia policy.
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1995 Dec 14
An agreement for peace in Bosnia, reached at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, was formally signed. Presidents Alija Izetbegovic of Bosnia, Slobodan Milosevic of Serbia and Franjo Tudjman of Croatia signed the Bosnian peace treaty in Paris. The agreement divided Bosnia into 2 autonomous territories and granted 51% of Bosnia to the Muslim-Croat federation and 49% to the Serbs (Republika Srpska). Elections were scheduled and a force of 60,000 Western troops was planned for deployment. A 3-member presidency and a national parliament was also part of the plan. The office of High Representative was created to oversee the implementation of the civilian aspects of the Peace Agreement.
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1995 Dec 15
President Clinton defied a deadline for turning over a former aideís Whitewater notes, prompting a deeply divided Senate investigative committee to vote to challenge him in federal court. The White House agreed six days later to turn over the notes.
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1995 Dec 16
President Clinton and congressional Republicans traded accusations as their budget impasse led to a second shutdown of the federal government.
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1995 Dec 18
The Dow industrials dropped 101.52 points, its biggest one-day loss in four years amid investor worries over the budget stalemate between Congress and President Clinton.
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1995 Dec 21
The House approved sweeping welfare reform which President Clinton said he would veto. He later signed a revamped version.
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1995 Dec 22
The Senate approved a wide-ranging Republican plan to overhaul the nationís welfare system, 52-to-47, but without enough votes to override President Clintonís promised veto.
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1995 Dec 24
In a Christmas message to U.S. troops in Bosnia, President Clinton praised their peace mission to a land exhausted by war.
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1995 Dec 28
President Clinton vetoed a $265 billion defense bill, saying it would waste money on an unneeded missile defense system. Congress failed to override the veto.
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1995 Dec 31
Pres. Clinton and Monica Lewinsky engaged in their 3rd sexual encounter. By this time Lewinsky was a member of the staff of the Office of legislative Affairs.
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1995
David Maraniss published his biography of Bill Clinton: "First in His Class."
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1995
Pres. Clinton deregulated the export of computers.
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1996 Jan 5
Lawyers for Hillary Rodham Clinton released sought-after billing records that were discovered the day before in a White House office.
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1996 Jan 6
President Clinton, bowing to months of Republican demands, offered a seven-year balanced-budget plan using Congressional Budget Office figures.
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1996 Jan 7
Pres. Clinton and Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern, engaged in a 5th sexual encounter at the White House.
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1996 Jan 7
Republicans rejected President Clintonís budget plan and warned they would close government programs they didnít like if there were no agreement on a budget plan in the next few weeks.
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1996 Jan 9
President Clinton and Republican congressional leaders broke off budget talks. President Clinton vetoed a Republican welfare overhaul bill.
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1996 Jan 11
Addressing pointed questions about the first lady, President Clinton offered a rousing defense of his wife, Hillary, during a news conference.
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1996 Jan 13
President Clinton paid a front-line visit to American forces in Bosnia, praising the troops as "warriors for peace."
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1996 Jan 22
Clinton declared Pennsylvania a disaster area after floods on the Susquehanna and other rivers killed 8 and forced a 100,000 people to leave their homes.
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1996 Jan 22
The White House announced that First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton had been subpoenaed by the Whitewater special prosecutor to testify before a grand jury investigating the mysterious discovery of her law firm billing records in the White House residence.
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1996 Jan 23
Delivering his State of the Union address to a skeptical Republican Congress, President Clinton traced the themes of his re-election campaign and confronted GOP lawmakers on the budget, demanding they "neveróever" shut down the government again.
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1996 Jan 26
First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton testified before a grand jury connected to the Whitewater probe.
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1996 Feb 4
Pres. Clinton and Monica had their 6th sexual encounter at the White House.
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1996 Feb 8
In a ceremony at the Library of Congress, President Clinton signed legislation revamping the telecommunications industry, saying it would "bring the future to our doorstep."
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1996 Feb 9
Pres. Clinton signed the new telecommunications bill into law. It included a subsidy program, "E-Rate," to provide schools with a connection to the Internet. Phone companies in 1998 began charging their long-distance customers a surcharge to cover the subsidies. It also included a ban on Internet smut that was upheld by the Supreme Court in 1999.
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1996 Feb 10
President Clinton signed a $265 billion defense bill, but said he would battle for repeal of a section forcing the discharge of service members with the AIDS virus.
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1996 Feb 19
Pres. Clinton told Monica Lewinsky that their relationship must end. It was later resumed.
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1996 Feb 22
President Clinton announced he would nominate Alan Greenspan to a third term as chairman of the Federal Reserve.
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1996 Feb 26
President Clinton moved to step up economic sanctions on Cuba in response to Cubaís downing of two unarmed airplanes belonging to the Cuban-American exile group Brothers to the Rescue.
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1996 Feb 28
President Clinton and the Congress agreed on a sanctions bill aimed at driving foreign investors from Cuba.
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1996 Mar 1
President Clinton slapped economic sanctions on Colombia, concluding that Colombian authorities had not fully cooperated with the US war on drugs.
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1996 Mar 4
Jury selection began in Little Rock, Ark., in the trial of President Clinton's Whitewater partners, James and Susan McDougal, and the man who succeeded him as Arkansas governor, Jim Guy Tucker. James McDougal and Tucker were later convicted of fraud and conspiracy; Susan McDougal was convicted of fraud.
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1996 Mar 12
Pres. Clinton signed the Helms-Burton Act. It shut off visas to executives and shareholders of firms doing business in Cuba on property confiscated from Americans. This stripped the3 White House of the power to end the Cuban embargo.
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1996 Mar 13
World leaders, including President Clinton, held a summit in Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt, where they vowed unequivocal support for the Mideast peace process.
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1996 Mar 14
During a visit to Israel, President Clinton pledged $100 million to the fight against terrorism.
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1996 Mar 16
In his weekly radio address, President Clinton accused the Republican-controlled House of bowing to "the back-alley whispers of the gun lobby" by gutting anti-terrorism legislation he'd submitted in response to the Oklahoma City bombing.
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1996 Mar 19
President Clinton rolled out a $1.64 trillion election-year budget, promising it would invigorate the economy, erase federal deficits and cut taxes.
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1996 Mar 25
First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, accompanied by her daughter, Chelsea, visited U.S. troops in Bosnia.
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1996 Mar 29
Congress passed, and President Clinton quickly signed, a 12th stopgap spending bill to avert a partial federal shutdown.
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1996 Mar 31
Pres. Clinton and Monica Lewinsky resumed their sexual relationship.
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1996 Apr 4
President Clinton signed legislation severing the link between crop prices and government subsidies.
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1996 Apr 5
Accompanied by six children who survived the Oklahoma City bombing, President Clinton bowed his head in silent prayer at the site where 168 people were killed almost a year earlier.
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1996 Apr 6
A sorrowful President Clinton was on hand at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to greet the arrival of 33 flag-draped caskets carrying the remains of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown and other victims of a plane crash in Croatia.
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1996 Apr 7
Monica Lewinsky informed pres. Clinton that she was to be transferred from the White House. He promised to bring her back following the elections and they had another sexual encounter.
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1996 Apr 9
In a dramatic shift of purse-string power, President Clinton signed a line-item veto bill into law. However, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the veto as unconstitutional in 1998.
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1996 Apr 10
President Clinton vetoed a bill that would have outlawed a technique used to end pregnancies in their late stages.
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1996 Apr 12
President Clinton named U.S. Trade Representative Mickey Kantor to succeed the late Ron Brown as commerce secretary.
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1996 Apr 13
President Clinton used his weekly radio address to call on Congress to pass an anti-terrorist bill that had languished for a year despite a promise of quick action after the Oklahoma City bombing.
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1996 Apr 15
President Clinton began a weeklong, round-the-world trip, heading for a three-day visit to Japan after a brief stopover in Cheju, South Korea.
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1996 Apr 16
President Clinton and his wife, Hillary, arrived in Japan for a three-day visit after a brief stopover in South Korea.
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1996 Apr 17
Seeking to calm Pacific security jitters, President Clinton and Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto signed a joint declaration establishing new U.S.-Japan ties for a "stable and prosperous" Asia.
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1996 Apr 18
President Clinton addressed the Japanese Parliament, hailing security ties between the two countries as the cornerstone of stability in Asia. Congress passed and sent to President Clinton long-awaited legislation giving federal law officers new powers to use against terrorism.
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